University of Kansas School of Law Publicly Censured by ABA

The American Bar Association (ABA) has announced that the ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar has publicly censured the University Of Kansas Sch...

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Hastings College of Law Sees Success in Fellowship’s First Year

The Hastings College of Law created a fellowship for students studying to become attorneys that allows them to work in nonprofit and local government organizations, according to The Contra Costa Times. One such student, Saron Tesfai, has worked as a prosecutor on two dozen preliminary hearings for f...

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LawCrossing Releases its “2013-14 Guide to Top LL.M. Programs in America”

 

LawCrossing is part of the Employment Research Institute, which is one of the largest employment companies in the world with more than...

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Fordham Law School Launches Dual-Concentration LL.M

The Fordham Law School has announced the launch of a new dual-concentration LL.M degree option. Students accepting the option can remain at for an additional semester of full-time...

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InfiLaw Withdraws Its Application for License to Run Charleston Law School

Earlier this week, InfiLaw System created a fresh debate on the Internet by pulling its application for a license to run the Charleston School of Law. It withdrew the application a...

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College Graduate Talks about Racism and His World

A recent college graduate from Bridge Park, Connecticut, Jason Raikes, has decided to record what he has seen in life so far. The video has been posted online and has received thou...

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Top Ten Ways to Get Your First Job after Law School

LawCrossing recently published a list of the “.” The list was authored by legal recruiting expert and attorney, Harrison Barnes.

New attorneys today must battle with a difficult legal job market. The economy’s decline took with it...

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Thomas Cooley Law School Exposed!

Summary: Harrison Barnes wrote an expose on how Thomas Cooley Law School, the largest in the nation, operates as a degree mill, getting rich from peddling false dreams to law school students.

Veteran legal recruiter minces no words when exposing in a . Having seen how this fourth tier law...

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